Industrial Design or Web Design if you want a creative job. Avoid graphic design, shit is ravenous.
My emphasis is actually Multiplatform Design (taking web design next semester).
Originally Posted by gettoasty
^Sort of true except you will be competing with a sea of foreign students/professionals whom skills are much better, technically.
I guess that is where you can position your journalism degree. I agree writing as a communication is undervalued and overlooked. And there is a difference between getting your point across as simple and clearly as possible re: Teger versus romanticizing the English vocabulary re: thewho (I get it but it is still intimidating and over the top IMO). Synthese is like a good medium.
Shit, now not only do I have to try to dress like Synthese, I have to write like him too? (8)
Related only in that I'm too tired to cook something. Friday, I thought my daughter was kidnapped (but really it was just a fucked up school prank in which her phone was put in someone else's backpack. Phone tracking and tearing across town on my bicycle ensued). Then tonight, my Mom's roommate squatter threatens to kill herself. Imagine my surprise when I stopped by with her groceries only to find the place surrounded by cops. Needless to say, I kicked her the fuck out (not my Mom. Her roommate)
As an old man, I am going to impart some wisdom. Have a vague trajectory in mind for your career, but understand that it will go wildly off on a tangent.
My original major: Physics
Current occupation: teach people about nature
Dream job: Ceramicist
Pretty much this.
Orignal Major: Microbio
Current Occupation: Risk Management
Dream Job: National Geographic Photographer